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PTSD & TBI
This site is full of resources for people living with PTSD and TBI, as well as resources and articles for their families:http://www.brainlinemilitary.org/
Resources and Programs For Families
FOCUS provides family resilience training for military couples, children and families, both in person (limited geographic locations) and online.
After Deployment, providing wellness resources for the military community:
Military Spouses of PTSD & TBI links to some great resources and includes a Forum to connect with other families:
The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a nice list of resources and support: http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/Resources.asp
Make the Connection: A public awareness campaign by the US Department of Veterans Affairs with a wealth of resources for veterans, active duty, national guard & reserve, family and friends, partners, and clinicians.
Reinventing Michael Banks: This interactive video experience helps to address some of the challenges both veterans and employers might find in the transition from military to civilian employment.
Serving areas of California, Arizona and Nevada, Veterans Resource Centers offers a variety of services including case management, behavioral health treatment, employment & training, homeless prevention and transitional housing.
Military Connect Network, formerly Vets4Warriors, is a confidential peer support call center open 24/7 and staffed entirely by veterans. http://www.militaryconnectnetwork.com/index.htm
National Alliance on Mental Ilness Veterans & Military Resource Center. Good resources and information here.
http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=Veterans_Resources& Template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay. cfm&ContentID=53242&lstid=877
Veterans Crisis Line, a confidential crisis call center for Veterans, Active Duty/Reserve and Guard, their families and friends. Call, text or live chat 24 hours a day. http://veteranscrisisline.net/About/VeteranSuicide.aspx
Disabled American Veterans – this site offers everything from claims help to employment help.
Formerly called “Not Alone,” Nashville, TN-based Courage Beyond at Centerstone offers no-cost or low-cost programs and services to military Americans and their loved ones. http://couragebeyond.org/
A service of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense, eBenefits is a national, online resource directory.
Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry for Veterans and Servicemembers: http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/burnpits/ action-plan.asp